Jeff Gire, 27 Aug 2015
Blye Faust ’97 knew that the subject of her film was an incredible story. The unbelievable part was that no one had told it yet.
Jeff Gire, 27 Jul 2015
Charlie Graham’s friend and fellow catcher wasn’t just clever behind the plate. He was an undercover agent for the OSS.
Sam Scott ’96, 6 Jul 2015
On the way to an historic 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup win, no one silenced opposing attackers more completely than center back Julie Johnston ’14.
Maya Kroth ’01, 1 Jul 2015
On a Fulbright to Spain, in pursuit of the meaning of sleep. In the 21st century, it’s not what it used to be.
Jeff Gire, 1 Jul 2015
Charlie Graham and a tale of the Red Sox and the San Francisco Seals, big-time horse racing, and five generations of Broncos.
Harold Gutmann, 1 Jul 2015
Taste for yourself what flavors Cuban food on the island. Listen to stories from the street. Walk the rows of a farm. You might learn a few things that textbooks and statistics and crafted political messages don’t reveal. “That is the whole reason behind experiential learning,” says Greg Baker, who led a group of 14 undergraduates to western Cuba in September.
Steven Boyd Saum, 1 Jul 2015
We put TV director Andy Ackerman '78 in front of the camera—to ask about Seinfeld, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and making movies as a kid about the end of the world. Plus a feature conversation as part of the President’s Speaker Series.
Sam Scott ’96, 1 Jul 2015
Five Broncos wear the 2014 World Series ring. For some, it’s their third.
SCM Staff, 1 Jul 2015
Havana is on the minds of many stateside—in a way it hasn’t been in more than 50 years. Which makes the recent photography project of Eric Lane ’73, based in San Antonio, Texas, even more spellbinding. That project, Havana Now, delivers vibrant narratives of Cuba, capturing an atmosphere that’s colorful, distinct, and sometimes troubling.
Alicia K. Gonzales ’09, 1 Jul 2015
Sowmya Ayyar ’00 and Madeleine Sears ’11 founded a yoga organization in Bangalore, India, that assists children with special needs.